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Magic Christmas Tree (1964)
Not that disturbing, just extremely bad
I had heard of this film when I happened upon it at a thrift store. I figured "why not?" and bought it. I had expected a truly disconcerting and ominous film. Okay,it is kinda creepy,but that is mostly because it us just so oddly bad. I don't see the tree as "evil" as some do. I think it was supposed to be an agent of good,although I don't see what good comes of a boy wrecking havoc in his community by making people chase each other and run after their delivery trucks. Overall,the tree seemed to be helping...I think. Mostly what I notice about this film is that it has almost no plot,terrible acting,and boring scenes that go on forever. The lawnmower scene is pretty excruciating. But the idea is a bit creative,even if it goes nowhere,and the fact the filmmaker chose to have one the three friends at the beginning be a black child was at least a bit progressive for 1964. The film has maybe a few merits.(By the way,whoever thought this movie was homoerotic must think that EVERY film is homoerotic.I just don't see it.) So,yes,it's bad,it's creepy,and it would probably scare some children,but I don't think this is the evil monstrosity that some say it is.
Space Precinct (1994)
I can't imagine that show cost over a million per episode! Yes,it was one of the worst shows ever.But so what? I don't think it was hiding it! It was like a (slightly) more adult version of the Power Rangers,with cheap costumes,cheesy scripts,and all you would expect of a B movie.But it was fun.Of course,I'm biased,because when the series ran I was 13,and developed a crush on Rob Youngblood,one of the actors on the show.Never the less,i think it was good as what it was,one of the most absurd sci-fi series ever.The highlight of the series:Two against the rock.At least I think that was the title.My favorite episode,no contest!